The start of 2023 brings a new round of local elections to Pennsylvania, with the General Election set for Nov. 7. In Allegheny County, the race to succeed Rich Fitzgerald as county executive will be the main event, along with three other countywide contests for controller, district attorney and treasurer. In Pittsburgh, five city council seats are up for election, as well as four school board seats.

Below are candidates set to appear on General Election ballots.

Below are candidates who appeared on ballots for primaries May 16.

Charlie Wolfson is PublicSource’s local government reporter and a Report for America corps member. He can be reached at or on Twitter @chwolfson.

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Charlie Wolfson is an enterprise reporter for PublicSource, focusing on local government accountability in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County. He is also a Report for America corps member. Charlie aims to...